In the third month of pregnancy, Federica finds out that the baby she's expecting doesn't share her DNA.


Miguel Ferrari


Miguel Ferrari, Lupe Gehrenbeck (co-writer)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Prakriti Maduro ... Federica Marín
Mariaca Semprún ... Fabiola / wife
Luis Gerónimo Abreu Luis Gerónimo Abreu ... Alonso / husband
María Barranco ... Eva
Albi De Abreu ... Ubaldo Garrido
Juan Jesús Valverde Juan Jesús Valverde ... Vázquez
María Cristina Lozada María Cristina Lozada ... Corina
Héctor Manrique Héctor Manrique ... Mendizábal
Nohely Arteaga Nohely Arteaga ... Aitana
Aminta de Lara Aminta de Lara ... Tomasa
Sócrates Serrano Sócrates Serrano ... Joaquín
Orlando Delgado Orlando Delgado ... Mauro
Hilda Abrahamz Hilda Abrahamz ... Letizia
Carolina Torres Carolina Torres ... Obdulia
Claudia La Gatta Claudia La Gatta ... Luz Clarita / Novicia-novice


Federica Marín, a three-month pregnant woman whose life will completely change when she discovers that the baby in her womb does not have her DNA, so it is not hers. After this, the woman decides to go to the clinic to find out what has happened to her embryo, where she will discover that her true embryo has been exchanged with that of another couple. But when he finds out that the other woman has had an abortion, the biological parents of Federica's son will do everything they can to get her real son back, which will put Federica in a very difficult position.

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Feels convoluted and underdeveloped
9 September 2020 | by verrucktcarlosSee all my reviews

Plot is basically these: Two women go the same day to the same clinic at the same time to get an In vitro fertilisation, but they get mixed up because their names are very similar.

Concept was interesting but the plot feels convoluted and at the same time underdeveloped and it feels like it stretches out.

First problem is the gay best friend character, whom immediately accepts her friend's request of having his sperm for the IVF. That scene was so weird, he obviously reacts harsh to it and literally the next scene is him at the clinic ready to do it????

He also has a boyfriend that shows up after all of this, they have a kiss scene and stuff that goes nowhere, I think all of that should have been put after her friend first tells him and before all the clinic stuff. It just feels weird somebody would so quickly agree to such a thing.

There's a musical scene with the main character in the woods which I thought was very lovely and well made. There's also a very beautiful shot of the main character near the end that almost looks like a painting, I was quite impressed by that.

The mother is a straight up alcoholic mother trope, and all of the acting is very wooden and fake, but this is something that happens in every venezuelan movie I have seen, it's just the way they speak sounds so forced and rehearsed, I have yet to see a national movie where the characters speak naturally.

The make up and hair do of the singer character was terrible.

Overall, enjoyable movie, I get what they were going for, don't think it translated that well.

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Release Date:

30 August 2019 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

La nuit des deux lunes See more »

Filming Locations:

Caracas, Venezuela

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1.85 : 1
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